Sometimes known as the ‘Food Treasury’of Japan, the Ishikawa Prefecture is home to some of the most bountiful ingredients. From 12 November 2015 to 13 December 2015, savour the creations of Master Chef Hiroshi Ishii as he executes well-known dishes like the Kano Gani (Snow Crab), Buri (Yellowtail) and Deep-fried Flounder at Keyaki (Pan Pacific Singapore).
Due to its geographical advantage, Noto Hanto (Noto Peninsula) which projects north into the Sea of Japan from the coast of the Ishikawa Prefecture is home to a variety of fresh quality seafood. Chef Ishii has personally sourced for a trove of ingredients from Ishikawa to bring the quintessential flavours to diners of Keyaki.
Get the complete dining experience when you complement your dining experience with one of three specially imported Sake from a small production brewery that is famous of its superior quality and exclusivity, Shishi no Sato. Guests who prefer non-alcoholic beverages can opt for the Shio Cider (salty lemonade) or Bocha Cide (Sparkling Brown Tea). From 16 November 2015 to 30 November 2015, meet Ms Natsuki Onaka from Lady Kaga as she speaks to guests during dinner on the culture and food of Ishikawa.
- Grilled Puffer Fish with Sesame Sauce, Fish Cake with Konbu
- Sashimi Nodoguro, Tuna, Yellowtail and Prawn
- Simmered Radish with Miso, Asparagus, Yubeshi
- “Kanougani” Steamed Snow Crab, Ponzu and Miso Sauce
- “Jibuni” Simmered Beef with Sudare Gluten Dumpling and Vegetables
- Tempura of Kaga Vegetables
- Cold “Nakajimana” Udon Noodles
- Kaga Vegetable Pudding with Black Sugar Treacle and Red Bean Paste
- “Gori” and Deep-fried Prawn
- Sashimi Nodoguro, Tuna, Buri and Prawn
- Salad of Turnip, Fish Cake and “Yubeshi”
- Shitake Mushroom Teppanyaki
- Buri Shabushabu
- Grilled Dried Flounder
- Assorted Sashimi on Sushi Rice
- “Gorojima Kintoki” Sweet Potato Cheese Cake
À la carte menu is also available for diners during Lunch and Dinner.
Celebrate the weekends with a sizzling BBQ and unlimited house wines and beers at the Pan Pacific Singapore's Poolside Patio from 6:30PM to 9:30PM every Friday and Saturday (from 22 September 2017). Enjoy a four-course barbecue menu while overlooking the refurbished swimming pool and Poolside Bar.
From 05 May 2017 to 31 May 2017, savour authentic Fujian delicacies as Guest Chef Raymond Hu from the Pan Pacific Xiamen showcases some of his specialties at the Pan Pacific Singapore's award-winning Cantonese restaurant, Hai Tien Lo. The special a la carte and set menus will be available until 31 May 2017 but the guest chef will only be in the kitchen until 14 May 2017 so make sure you get in fast if you want to see the chef in action.
One of my favourite lunch spots around the City Hall and Promenade area is the Pacific Marketplace at the Pan Pacific Singapore. If you are ever searching for a spot that is comfortable, quiet and still serves delicious food, the Pacific Marketplace could be that dream destination. The menu here has just recently been refreshed to include new items that are inspired by cuisines from Hawaii, Europe and the Middle East (alongside the delicious Asian Delights that they already have).
Most people think about overpriced eggs and toasts when you mention brunch but the award-winning Keyaki in Pan Pacific Singapore has taken that typical expectation and transformed it into something amazing. The Bubbly Brunch at Keyaki runs every weekend and public holiday - it is priced from just S$75++ per adult for food only (the quality is truly amazing) and there is also a more indulgent option at S$135++ with free-flowing alcoholic beverages (which includes unlimited Laurent Perrier Brut NV Champagne, Mio Sparkling Sake, Akazaru Sparkling Shochu, Manzairaki Kaga Umeshu Soda, Tiger Beer as well as Red and White Wines).
Award-winning Cantonese restaurant, Hai Tien Lo (海天楼), will be unveiling a refreshed menu from 01 March 2017. Located within the luxurious Pan Pacific Singapore, Hai Tien Lo is led by Executive Chef Lai Tong Ping (黎东平) to present a menu that will feature premium seafood and uniquely crafted dishes. A comprehensive Fine Wine List will also be made available for diners who would appreciate perfect food and wine pairing.
Indulge in quality Japanese-cuisine and indulge in a dash of sparkle at the Pan Pacific Singapore's Keyaki. The newly refreshed kaiseki-style Bubbly Brunch is available every weekend and public holiday from 11:30AM to 2:30PM. The carefully-curated menu consists of 40 different items and it includes a selection of perennial Japanese culinary favourites and 20 new dishes specially created by Master Chef Hiroshi Ishii (石井博).
I spent my Christmas Eve back in 2015 in the Pan Pacific Singapore's Pacific Harbour Studio which is easily one of the nicest rooms I have stayed in Singapore. In 2016, I decided that it would be a great idea to revisit the Pan Pacific Singapore's Harbour Studio (one that I used to stay quite a bit back in 2015) on Christmas Day since I had a long weekend away from work. Being a DISCOVERY Loyalty Black Member has its perks - your check-in documents are usually prepared beforehand and therefore you can generally bypass the snaking queues and get to your room (or suite!) a lot faster.
This Valentine's Day, indulge in the spirit of love as you enjoy a carefully-presented spread at the Pan Pacific Singapore's Edge. Begin the dinner with a Champagne toast and a stalk of beautiful red rose (compliments of Pan Pacific Singapore) before indulging in the impressive spread across all seven live food theatres.
Keyaki at the Pan Pacific Singapore will be presenting three kaiseki presentations between 15 January 2017 and 15 February 2017 that is centered around showcasing seasonal delicacies from Hokkaido, Japan. Each one of these masterfully-crafted presentations by Master Chef Hiroshi Ishii (石井博史) is available for lunch and dinner and diners will be able to select from Hokkai, Donan or Hakodate (from S$170++).
Celebrating the Lunar New Year (2017) ahead at Pan Pacific Singapore's award-winning Hai Tien Lo is definitely a great idea. The hotel is running a number of dining promotions across the various restaurants during the Chinese New Year Period (09 January 2017 to 11 February 2017) so be sure to check out the festive offerings to find something that suits you.